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Monday, June 20, 2022

Take a 5G phone or not ?

Take a 5G phone or not ?: Don't rush to replace a 4G phone, know this before buying a 5G phone;  Do you really need 5G?

Features were scarce when 5G phones were launched a year ago

 Now you can get phones ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 1.25 lakh

 Companies now offer charger wires with the latest phone models, but not adapters

 5G ... 5G ... 5G ... much heard and still heard.  The 5G spectrum will be auctioned on July 26 next month and 5G will be launched in the primary phase in 13 cities across India.  After the success in these cities, other cities will also get 5G network.  Of these 13 cities in India, three are in Gujarat.  Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Jamnagar.  Although there are many questions in the minds of people regarding 5G, the time is coming for 5G, the flow of people is rushing towards buying 5G phones, but should 5G phones be taken in a hurry now?  Will 5G plans be cheaper?  4G will have no value?  Here is an attempt to answer these and many other questions that may be on your mind.

 What is 5G and when will it start?
 5G is the new identity for the speed of internet.  As new technologies came along, the identity changed, such as 2G first, then 3G with good internet speed, and then the 4G network that most people use now.  Now comes the 5G network.  5G is the fifth generation.  This is the identity for internet speed.  5G will be ten times faster than the 4G internet we currently use.  It currently takes 15-20 minutes to download a 2GB movie in full HD, the same movie will be downloaded in 25 seconds in 5G.  In Talpadi language, the net will be 'Ghayogha'.
 The Frequency Bands and licenses will be issued by the Telecommunications Department of the Government of India and will be auctioned.  Vodafone-Idea, Geo, Airtel and some telecom companies will participate in the acquisition of 5G rights and the company will issue a new 5G SIM card.  This SIM card will only work in 5G phones.  If you have a 4G phone, it will not have a 5G SIM, but if you have a 5G phone, it will have a 4G SIM card.

 

 What are the benefits to you if 5G starts?
 The launch of 5G internet service will bring a lot of changes and experience a different world.  This will make people's work easier.  Not only this, with the help of entertainment and communication we can do a lot.  Work that is slow now will happen faster.  Suppose you work from home and it takes you 20 minutes to attach a large file, it will be attached in just 15 seconds.  This network will work so fast that everything will work in the blink of an eye.  The 5G network will be even brighter than humans think.  Even if someone wants to send a video file, I have to say that it will take many times ... The file is big, but it will not happen in 5G.  No matter how big the file is, it will be uploaded and downloaded in an instant.

 5G phones ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 1.25 lakh
 5G phones have been available in the market for over a year now, but the demand has increased in the last four months.  In the last two months, it has risen by 30 per cent.  Mobile showroom traders said that 5G phones ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 1.25 lakh come.  There are phones priced below Rs 20,000, but it doesn't have many features.  Suppose you are currently using a 4G mobile phone and take a 5G phone if the most important work is stalled or delayed.  Secondly, if you have a habit of changing the phone every six months, year, don't take 5G now.  A 5G phone can only be used if you want to use the phone for four years.  All the companies have now launched different 5G phone models.  Everyone's characteristics are different.

 No more charger and hands free pins
 Two significant changes have been seen in the 20-25 thousand rupee 5G phone, which comes with a charging cable but does not come with an adapter.  


It has to be taken separately.  Second.  The large space provided for hands free in mobiles is not provided for PIN filling only.  People are now using the phone by connecting it to Bluetooth Hands Free, so companies have stopped giving PIN space.

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